The Koreans and Their Culture

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The Koreans and Their Culture

By Cornelius Osgood
Ronald, 1951
387 pp. $5.00

This book, which does not deal with the current conflict, is primarily an anthropological study of Korean society, based on field work in the island of Kanghwa. To this are added an analysis of the ruling class in the capital, an outline of the political and cultural history of the peninsula, and a discussion of foreign occupations.

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